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Images of the American Revolution
- Many factors contributed to the eventual success of the American colonies as they revolted against British rule. American leadership, the timely support of international allies, and international respect and recognition played major roles in the struggle for independence. Several documents and engravings held by the National Archives help to illustrate these important factors that led to the founding of the United States.

Images of the American Revolution- Many factors contributed to the eventual success of the American colonies as they revolted against British rule. American leadership, the timely

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Teaching With Documents: United States v. Thomas Cooper -- A Violation of the Sedition Law - Under the Sedition of Act of 1798, it was illegal to criticize the government of the United States under penalty of fines and/or imprisonment. A tool for political repression, the Sedition Act was later repealed after Thomas Jefferson won the presidency

Alien and Sedition Acts - The Alien and Sedition Acts were four bills passed in 1798 by the Federalists in the United States Congress—who were waging an undeclared naval war with France, later known as the Quasi-War—and signed into law by President John Adams.

Revere's Ride - His Own Story - First hand account of Paul Revere's Midnight Ride as written by Paul Revere.

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American Revolution.org - Over two thousand, five hundred links and more than seven hundred pages. Contains original content and a Scholar's Showcase with works by some of the world's foremost historians, on topics such as Black soldiers of the Revolution, Native American Indians in the Revolution, and hard-to-find information.

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